Politics and personalities

Dennis Kavanagh

Politics and Personalities is a collection of essays on British politics by the well-known commentator Dennis Kavanagh. The author turns his informed, and trenchant pen to such topics as the future of the Labour party, whether Thatcherism is Conservatism, the rise and fall of consensus politics, the role of the monarchy and the timing of general elections. The essays will enrich our understanding of recent developments in Britain and are an important contribution to contemporary political history.

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  • Acknowledgements - Introduction - On Writing Contemporary Electoral History - Power in British Political Parties: Iron Law or Special Pleading? - Whatever Happened to Consensus Politics - Is Thatcherism Conservatism? - Making Sense of Thatcher - Must Labour Lose, Again? - Ideology, Sociology and Labour's Strategy - Do We Need a Centre Party? - Crisis: Charisma and British Political Leadership: the Case of Winston Churchill - Enoch Powell: Vision and Waste - The Rise and Fall of Tony Benn: Nuisance or Conscience? - The Deferential English: A Comparative Critique - An American Science of British Politics - From Gentlemen to Players: Changes in Political Leadership - The Timing of Elections: Fair Play or Fiddle? - The Monarchy in Contemporary Political Culture - Index

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書名 Politics and personalities
著作者等 Kavanagh, Dennis
書名別名 Politics & personalities
出版元 Macmillan Academic and Professional
刊行年月 1990
ページ数 xx, 340 p.
大きさ 22 cm
ISBN 0333515803
033351579X
NCID BA10919473
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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